I admit it; I avoided reading the books and watching the first film. There was so much hype around the S.E.X. and very little else. It wasn’t until a week ago when I noticed that the original movie, Fifty Shades of Grey, was available to watch for free on one of my streaming subscription services that I decided to take a peek.Read More
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The Disneynature film “Born In China” takes a trip into the wilds of China to follow the stories of three animal families. You’ll witness some of the most intimate moments ever captured in a nature film. A panda bear mother guides her baby as she starts to explore and begin her journey to independence. A two-year-old golden monkey joins up with a group of outcasts. And a mother snow leopard raises her cubs in one of the most unforgiving environments on the planet. You’ll follow these animals from the icy mountains to the heart of the bamboo forest.Read More
Nothing says Easter like blooming tulips and daffodils and kids in their dress-up clothes scouring the yard for surprises! Egg Hunts are a special event that will be cherished long after childhood, so make the Easter Basket your child remembers something special!
These Easter Baskets crochet up quickly and most can be ready to fill with treats in just a few hours!Read More
Are you getting your Easter menu together? Make room for this beautiful Easter Bread with colored eggs recipe provided by Chef Sal Scognamillo of Patsy’s Italian Restaurant in New York City. The Scognamillo family has owned and operated this popular Italian restaurant since 1944.Read More
The benefits of coloring books for seniors certainly include the mindfulness and relaxation that everyone receives, but it also provides advantages in dexterity, boredom relief, and mind stimulation. In fact, coloring has been found to be helpful to those suffering from the early to mid-stages of Alzheimer’s and dementia.Read More